An Anglo-Egyptian actor living in London, Sharif Afifi has been working in theatre for quite a while now. He received his training from The Hammond School and excelled in ballet, jazz, tap and contemporary dancing, and has a high baritone voice.
Sharif has several credits under his name like Homeless Man/Junkie in Paul Taylor-Mills’ Rent at the Greenwich Theatre (2012), understudy Billy Flynn and an ensemble in Scott Faris’ Chicago (2014), Munkustrap in Cats at the Royal Carribean (2016), understudy Cheshire Cat and ensemble in Lotte Wakeham’s UK tour of Wonderland (2017), Toyboy 2 in The Toyboy Diaries at the Hope Mill Theatre (2018), ensemble/Dance Captain in Rachel Chavkin’s Hadestown at the National Theatre (2018), Karim in Taibi Magar’s We Live In Cairo at the American Repertory Theatre (2019) and ensemble/1st cover Emilion Estefan in the UK tour of Jerry Mitchell’s On Your Feet (2019).
Includes Prince Charming in Carole Pluckrose’s Cinderella at the Broadway Theatre (2012), Morris The March Hare in the workshop for Lotte Wakeham’s Wonderland (2015), Akaash in the workshop for Amit Gupta’s Bombay Dreams, and Fisherman ensemble in Ol Parker’s feature film Mamma Mia!... Here We Go Again.